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This collection consists of the public relations calendar, which was published by the Public Relations Office. In the spring of 1988 the Barnard Bulletin began running a weekly calendar in its editions and the publication of the Public Relations Office Calendar ceased.
This collection consists of the Barnard College student publication, Qzine.
This collection consists of 477-volumes of rare books and manuscripts.
This collection consists of materials from Reacting to the Past (RTTP). RTTP consists of elaborate games, set in the past, in which students are assigned roles informed by classic texts in the history of ideas.
This collection consists of publications that detail the benefits of a Barnard College education to prospective student and current matriculates.
This collection consists of materials from the Barnard College Religion department.
This collection consists of the Barnard student publication, Reorientation, which served as an alternative to the college-issued student handbook.
This collection consists of materials from the Barnard Residential Life & Housing Office.
This collection contains research materials created and gathered by Barnard Emeritus Professor of History Bob McCaughey during his process of writing "A College of Her Own: The History of Barnard."
This collection contains research and materials related to the 1975 publication of A Statistical Profile of the Barnard College Faculty, 1900-1974, by Barnard professor of history Robert McCaughey.
Rona Wilk’s collection contains materials related to her academic and personal life at Barnard from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The collection contains memorabilia and ephemera from her time as a student, including class schedules, syllabi, orientation materials, Barnard publications, T-shirts, buttons, and Barnard merchandise as well as playbills from theatrical productions Wilk attended while at Barnard.
The collection consists of topical research files of former Barnard College faculty member, Rosalind Rosenberg.
This collection consists of the scrapbook of Barnard College alumna Rose Gerstein Smolin.
This collection contains typewritten transcripts of audio recorded interviews of various female workers from World War II and excerpts of two related publications.
This collection documents Sabra Moore’s involvement in the Women’s Art Movement, Women’s Caucus for Art, Women Artists in Revolution, Heresies Collective, and other feminist artist groups based in New York City from the 1970s to the mid-1990s. The collection consists of flyers, publications, artwork, t-shirts, correspondence, photographs, and protest ephemera conceived of, and created by, Moore and her artist colleagues.
This collection consists of 2 VHS recordings and 8 t-shirts from zinester, Sara Jaffe.
The Sawyer Lovett Zine Ephemera Collection contains original zine flats, phocopied stacks of Lovett's zines, hand-drawn posters, poetry edits, Bunny Ears Distro cards, and misc. postcards. Lovett's work thematically explores mental health, queerness, feminism, transmasculinity, and fandom culture.
This collection consists of scrapbooks containing notifications from administration to the students. The scrapbooks detail events and regulations at Barnard College.
This collection consists of newspaper clippings related to Barnard College.
This collection consists of a scrapbook of printed bulletins and invitations released by Barnard College.
This collection consists of invitations, ticket stubs, playbills and other materials related to the social events going on at Barnard College from 1924 to 1953.
This collection consists of programs, invitations, announcements, accounts, lists of officers of Senior Week committees, descriptions of Senior Week events, and other information and instructions relating to Senior Week.
This collection consists of materials from the Seven College Career Services program.
This collection consists of materials related to the Seven College Vocational workshops, which was a series workshops geared towards older women college graduates who wanted to enter or re-enter the job market.
This collection consists of the Barnard College SGA Newsletter.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Barnard College alum Sherry Suttles.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Barnard College alumna, Shirley Adelson Siegel
This collection consists of songbooks and musical scores from Barnard College events and productions.
This collection consists of the scrapbook of Barnard alumna Sophie Parsons Woodman. The collections includes newspaper clippings, photographs, and personal ephemera.
This collection consists of Soul Sister, the student publication of the Barnard Organization of Black Women.
This collection consists of the Barnard College publication, Sources.
This collection consists of materials from the Barnard College Spanish department.
This collection consists of the scrapbook and three diaries of Barnard alumna Stella Bloch Hanau. The scrapbook and diaries were created by Bloch preceding, during, and after her years as a Barnard College student. Most material is pertinent to Barnard College, but some is from her time at Wadleigh High School.
This collection contains fliers, resolutions, and agendas from Strike Coalition, a student group, from 1970.
This collection consists of the various iterations of the annually published Barnard CollegeStudent Handbook, originally called theBarnard College Blue Book.
This collection consists of Barnard College student life handbooks and residence hall guides. The 39 handbooks and guides include information about student life on and off campus including but not limited to residence hall regulations, social activities, and resources for mental and physical health.
This collection consists of materials from Student Theater at Barnard (STAB).
This collection contains mission statement and proposal fliers from Students Helping Students, a student group.
This collection consists of materials from the Barnard College Sub-Committee on Curricular Problems.
Sue Larson joined the Philosophy Department at Barnard in 1965, where she taught Philosophy through the 1990s. The collection includes her philosophical writing, course curricula, and material documenting the activities of the Department of Philosophy. Larson's material may be useful to students studying Wittgenstein, animal cognition, music and emotion, 1968 counterculture, feminism, gender in education, theory of knowledge, and anyone researching the case of Linda LeClair.
The Susan I. Myers scrapbook was compiled by Myers during her time at Barnard College. Myers was Mortarboard Chairman in 1898.
This collection consists of the papers of Barnard College faculty member Susan Riemer Sacks.
This collection consists of materials from Take Back the Night.
This collection consists of publicity and promotional material, and student projects and posters from the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College.
This collection consists of issues of The Barnard Bear, a quarterly literary magazine of Barnard College.
This collection consists of The Torch, an undergraduate guide for incoming first-years in 1963, written by students from the class of 1959.